Two Young Radio Pulsars Coincident with EGRET Sources

@article{DAmico2001TwoYR,
  title={Two Young Radio Pulsars Coincident with EGRET Sources},
  author={Nicolo' D'Amico and Victoria M. Kaspi and Richard N. Manchester and Fernando Camilo and Andrew G. Lyne and Andrea Possenti and Ingrid H. Stairs and Michael Kramer and Fronefield Crawford and Jon F. Bell and N. P. F. McKay and Bryan M. Gaensler and Mallory S. E. Roberts},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={552}
}
We report the discovery and follow-up timing observations of two young energetic radio pulsars. PSR J1420-6048 has a period P = 68 ms and period derivative = 83 × 10-15, implying a characteristic age τc = 13 kyr and a surface dipole magnetic field strength B = 2.4 × 1012 G. PSR J1837-0604 has P = 96 ms and = 45 × 10-15, implying τc = 34 kyr and B = 2.1 × 1012 G. The two objects have large spin-down luminosities, and, on the basis of an empirical comparison of their properties with those of… 

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